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Writerly Things 9/7/2020 Traci Kenworth I’m temporarily taking a hiatus due to health issues. Will return asap.
Book Talk 9/4/2020: Sarah J. Maas’s Heir of Fire (Book 3 Throne of Glass series) Traci Kenworth Heir to Fire by Sarah J. Maas. Bloomsbury 2015. YA. Amazon’s blurb: Celaena Sardothien, heroine of the New York Times bestselling series, rises from the ashes to burn even brighter than before. Celaena has survived deadly contests and […]
Writerly Things 8/31/2020: What We Do in the Shadows Traci Kenworth Have any of you watched the TV series: What We Do in the Shadows or read the books? I find the series extremely kooky and funny. There are four vampires but basically three of them ignore the fourth, an energy vampire, Collin. A familiar […]
Originally posted on Word Craft ~ Prose & Poetry:
I can’t help myself. I’ve got to try this KindKu poetry form again from the Auroras & Blossoms Poetry Journal. Click the link to find the challenge #4 writing prompt. Of course, I’ve combined it with my own Tanka Tuesday challenge where the theme this week is…
Originally posted on Annette Rochelle Aben:
Her life was mapped out Via lines on her person Charting many years Experience left its marks Routes traceable throughout time ©2020 Annette Rochelle Aben https://colleenchesebro.com/2020/08/25/colleens-2020-weekly-tanka-tuesday-poetry-challenge-no-192-themeprompt/
Originally posted on Smorgasbord Blog Magazine:
This month Kerfe Roig from last month’s challenge picked the theme ‘Maps’…for Colleen Chesebro’s Weekly Tanka Challenge 192 themeprompt I have written a butterfly cinquain for the occasion. The Maps The Maps etched on my heart stop me losing my way any time that we are apart in life.…
Originally posted on Yesterday and today: Merril's historical musings:
Odilon Redon, Panneau décoratif ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? A signpost symbol-scarred but faint, faded from time’s passage. But on your heart, ancestors created a map ? of past words and worlds, crisscrossed, or parallel? Infinite possibilities exist— light-time blends and…
Originally posted on Padre's Ramblings:
Pixabay —————————————– Mariner’sPaper hope foldedA sea chartSafely drySome Dutch cartographer’s giftHomeward bound to lead Padre COLLEEN’S 2020 WEEKLY #TANKA TUESDAY #POETRY CHALLENGE NO. 192, #THEMEPROMPT: Maps
Originally posted on Charmed Chaos:
“It is often in the darkest skies that we see the brightest stars.” ― Richard Evans Tiny dotsmarking my pale skinpointing tothe right placebright constellation of hopea path to healing Shining throughlike stars on waterwhen it rainsglisteningin the longest blackest nightbefore gilded dawn Colleen’s Weekly Poetry Challenge: Theme Maps